The Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (FACDL) will be hosting the 21st 'Death is Different' seminar from February 19th-21st. Our firm's own Clyde Taylor Jr. and Clyde Taylor III plan to attend this insightful conference!
The seminar is packed with valuable information and attendees will likely be able to earn 15 hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit. Each day of the seminar covers a different aspect of the death penalty and a dozen speakers will be involved. Topics include interrogations and false confessions, themes and responses to recurring state arguments, time of death calculations, and preserving errors for appeal.
Each speaker is immensely qualified to share with attendees at this event. Many are psychologists and doctors, while others are criminal defense attorneys and public defenders. There are over ten different mini-seminars each day of the conference and attendees are encouraged to sit in at each one.
Taylor & WaldropCertified to Handle Death Penalty Cases
As one of the few firms certified to take on death penalty cases in Florida, Taylor & Waldrop Attorneys has made a name for itself handling these challenging cases. Attorneys who are qualified to do so have passed numerous training courses and are required to remain continually certified by regularly attending continuing legal education programs.
Attorney Clyde Taylor, Jr. has more than 30 years of experience and has personally tried more than 200 cases in that time. He is passionate about representing clients on death row, offering an unparalleled level of support and legal representation.
As the son of Clyde Taylor, Jr., Attorney Clyde Taylor III joined his father's practice in 2010. He has more than 15 years of experience and focuses his time on cases involving post-convictions and appeals. Attorney Taylor's professional background is strong, making him a valuable asset for his clients.
To learn more about the Death is Different seminar and to find out how to register, please visit the following website: https://www.facdl.org/page/death-is-different-xxi.